Ohio State outlasted Nebraska, 26-17. The Buckeyes struggled in the red zone once again, but they did enough to get out of Lincoln with the win.
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In this episode of the Land Grant Holy-Land’s instant recap podcast, Jordan and Chris discuss Ryan Day’s worst game as the head coach at Ohio State and why his play calling needs to improve. There were very few positives, but the Buckeyes survived and won a hard fought game.
We continue on discussing the offensive struggles and try to get to the bottom of the mystery of why they can’t score in the red zone. We also get into why the defense gave up some big plays, how they can improve, and the epic pass rush that has showed up the past few weeks.
It was ugly, but there were some bright spots. We talk about the three players of the game and why they’re so important moving forward. Jordan and Chris discuss their final thoughts and eviscerate B1G officiating.
Up next for the Buckeyes: Time to get back into the film room and prepare for a tough stretch that includes an upset-minded Purdue, a tough Michigan team and undefeated Michigan State.
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